imthekrish Respected Contributor.
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Remote Debug on Central

I have pretty big flows (content pack size: 820KB), When I try to run debug mode on central, studio looses connection and I have to continue in central. How do i fix this?

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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Remote Debug on Central

I would recommand to increase the studio max memory if you haven't done that already - not really connected with your case though.

as for the actual connection - logs are needed. Depending on the studio version you are using - the logs are located in different places so the actual version might help too. (in general either the studio install folder or in more recent versions: the actual workspace folder has the logs folder with Studio.log in it).

Andrei Vasile Truta
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imthekrish Respected Contributor.
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Re: Remote Debug on Central

I’m using 10.80 version. How do I increase memory ???

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Josue_G_OO Respected Contributor.
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Re: Remote Debug on Central

Try on this location : Studio.l4j file at <Installation Folder>\Hewlett Packard Enterprise\HPE Operations Orchestration\studio.

Josue Gómez
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